Puppy diary: the first canicross session

Our little Kute has been growing a lot. He is 10,5 months old and is over 30 kilos. Finally starting to look like a proper dog an not a puppy. I haven`t been writing about his development in the past 4 months, so let`s catch up a bit. Until now he has been doing loads Read more about Puppy diary: the first canicross session[…]

IFSS European Championship on-snow 2020

Since the IFSS European Championship on-snow 2020 was organised in Sweden, I have decided to, despite my lack of skiing skills, go for it and start with Anti. I was planning to do skijøring, but then the official invitation came out and it had a new category: 2-dog sled! Things just got way more interesting. Read more about IFSS European Championship on-snow 2020[…]

It’s beginning to look a lot like… skijöring season!

Winter is here and more and more countries are covered by snow. Earlier I would just go with the sled with my 2-3 dogs, but since I moved to Norway I got familiar with another fun winter activity: skijöring with dogs! Many people have seen it before, either at championships or on video, but not Read more about It’s beginning to look a lot like… skijöring season![…]

First steps with a sleddog puppy

As some of you might have heard, the family got bigger, my boyfriend got himself a greyster puppy, Kute. Greyster is a mix of greyhound and German shorthaired pointer tracing back to 25-time World Champion Lena Boysen Hillestad. Kute’s father was also born at her kennel, while her mother is a pure GSP. We got Read more about First steps with a sleddog puppy[…]

How to find the right harness for your dog?

Sleddog sports are getting more and more popular, especially canicross (which is running with a dog that pulls you), and newcomers can find it difficult to find the right harness for their dogs. I see way too many not suitable solutions, and many times even the people, who have been doing the sport for a Read more about How to find the right harness for your dog?[…]

How to survive the warm weather with a working dog?

Summer is slowly approaching and in some countries it is already getting too warm to organize races safely. In my home country for example (Hungary) the season was already over in April. The race-free period is also meaning workout-free period for many people. Many mushers are limiting their trainings in harness and use alternative methods Read more about How to survive the warm weather with a working dog?[…]